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Jane Arnold is the central character of a series of cozy mystery novels by American novelist Rita Mae Brown . Jane Arnold (also known as “Sister”) is a 70 year-old Master of the Foxhunt who hails from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Rita Mae Brown is herself an avid foxhunter and is master of her club. The series is also known as the Foxhunting Mysteries.

Rita Mae Brown began her Jane Arnold series in 2000 with the novel Outfoxed . The series is currently ongoing. Below is a list of Rita Mae Brown’s “Sister” Jane Arnold books in order of when they were first released (which is also their chronological order):

Jane Arnold Synopsis: Outfoxed is Rita Mae Brown’s first novel in the Foxhunting Mysteries series. “Sister” Jane Arnold is the master of a prestigious fox hunt club in a town on the Virgina Blue Ridge mountains. As she is aging, she must pick a joint master. She narrows it down to two candidates, but competition gets serious and the town becomes embroiled in this intense rivalry. But nobody could’ve predicted that opening hunt day would end in murder…

Rita Mae Brown (born 28 November 1944) is an American writer, activist, and feminist . She is best known for her first novel Rubyfruit Jungle . Brown is also a mystery writer and screenwriter .

Brown was born in Hanover, Pennsylvania to an unmarried, teenage mother and her mother's married boyfriend. Brown's birth mother left the newborn Brown at an orphanage. Brown's mother's cousin, Julia "Juts" Brown, and her husband Ralph retrieved her from the orphanage, [1] and raised her as their own in York, Pennsylvania , and later in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida . [2] Julia and Ralph Brown were active Republicans in their local party. [3]

Starting in late 1962, Brown attended the University of Florida at Gainesville on a scholarship. [4] In the spring of 1964, the administrators of the racially segregated university expelled her for participating in the civil rights movement . [4] She subsequently enrolled at Broward Community College [5] with the hope of transferring eventually to a more tolerant four-year institution. [6]


Jane Arnold is the central character of a series of cozy mystery novels by American novelist Rita Mae Brown . Jane Arnold (also known as “Sister”) is a 70 year-old Master of the Foxhunt who hails from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Rita Mae Brown is herself an avid foxhunter and is master of her club. The series is also known as the Foxhunting Mysteries.

Rita Mae Brown began her Jane Arnold series in 2000 with the novel Outfoxed . The series is currently ongoing. Below is a list of Rita Mae Brown’s “Sister” Jane Arnold books in order of when they were first released (which is also their chronological order):

Jane Arnold Synopsis: Outfoxed is Rita Mae Brown’s first novel in the Foxhunting Mysteries series. “Sister” Jane Arnold is the master of a prestigious fox hunt club in a town on the Virgina Blue Ridge mountains. As she is aging, she must pick a joint master. She narrows it down to two candidates, but competition gets serious and the town becomes embroiled in this intense rivalry. But nobody could’ve predicted that opening hunt day would end in murder…



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